An open source, modular, FPGA-based development kit that makes embedded vision design easy and affordable.
Oct 23, 2017
Use Case: Multi-camera network
You can create a multi-camera network by connecting several RGGBers together, connecting one RGGBer’s HDMI output to the other’s HDMI input.
The user can control the RGGBer that’s connected to the monitor using the Android App. By pressing the UI button, the user can switch between the different video channels being provided by each RGGBer. The color bar is generated by the FPGA itself to fill in the screen.
There is no video host request.
Each RGGBer is an HDMI relayer. The HDMI signal quality of the furthest camera won't be degraded.
The user can control and access any of the cameras via wifi.